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K-12 Cultural Innovation in Australian Schools presenation
Transcript of K-12 Cultural Innovation in Australian Schools presenation
"Conditions For Growth"
21st Century Teaching & Learning
Our Inquiry Model
Margaret River Primary in ACTION
Time to Change
First computer installed in Norwich City Council 1957 requiring 13 Men.
"Conditions for Growth" Model
Strategic Plans - Australian Curriculum
Operational Plans - Balance of Explicit & Inquiry
Collaboration & Professional Learning
Student at work
We want to be an Outstanding School.
We want Effective Quality Teachers.
We want our students to be successful lifelong learners.
As 21st Century Learners,
we want our teachers to be:
Leading Change Management
Balance of Pedagogies
Teacher Directed through our Immersion stage of our Inquiry Process
Developing Thinking & Question Strategies through our Inquiry Model
Specialist Learning Programs
Eg: Mini-Lit & Multi-Lit
Content from Australian Curriculum
Thinking Hats & PMI
Personal & Social Competence
Critical & Creative Thinking
"Caves" on a Budge
"Waterholes" on a Budget
First Selfie in 1920...
2015 Maslow's Hierarchy
Raspberry Pi case.
Body Scan for 3D print
Minecraft model in sketch-up for 3D printing.
FAIL- First Attempt In Learning
Snr students helping Jnrs
with Oculus Rift.
Oculus Rift with makeymakey
Making the pyramid!
By: Hugo, Angus, Jacob, Deegan & Christiaan
AP4 Inquiry Card
Very well done boys! I am so impressed how you not only reconstructed some of the buildings and features you would find along the Nile River in Ancient Egypt, but how you also added facts and information to add to your presentation.
The movie at the front was well done, as was the screenshot video of constructing the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Thank you for your innovative and clever use of ICT and computer gaming through Minecraft to showcase your knowledge of Ancient Egyptian times.
Mr Harrison (3/11/2014)
From the Great Pyramid of Khufu to the City of Thebes they all have something in common, they’re all from Ancient Egypt. While working on this inquiry card we’ve learnt the secrets of the Sphinx, the City of Thebes and the Great Pyramid of Khufu and just how amazing they all were. We’ve also been able to construct it all using Minecraft. We hope you have learnt something incredible from our wonderful presentation, thank you.
7. Zinc another important metal was used to make different metals such as Brass and Bronze.
Pharaoh Khufu (Again)
For this inquiry card we had to make a model of some famous monuments from ancient times such as Stonehenge or the pyramids. For our inquiry card we chose the pyramids but not any pyramid, the Great Pyramid of Khufu. We made a Minecraft world with models of the Nile river with the City of Thebes, Khufu’s Pyramid and the great Sphinx of Giza. The following slides show you how we built it and a couple of pictures just showing you around the world of Egypt.
4. The Great Sphinx of Giza is one of the largest and oldest statues known to man.
The making of the pyramid
The CITY OF THEBES
The Nile River
Increase in Enrolments
21st Century Competencies